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Melbourne Festival Job Opportunities

22 March 2019

Melbourne Festival is looking for a Marketing Co ordinator and an Office Administrator.


Go here - but hurry, applications close on March 25.

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Lots to celebrate today with Harmony Day and the Autumn Equinox

21 March 2019

It's about equilibrium. 

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In Adelaide? DreamBIG

19 March 2019

The DreamBIG children's festival is on soon - May 22 - June 1. 

Check out what's available here

image: Robot Song on 30 May to June 1

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Happy St Patrick's Day!

17 March 2019

Enjoy a guiness and a fine tune, wearing green!

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Imaginary Friends

12 March 2019

Interesting research showing having an imaginary friend as a child better equips adolescents to cope in society and positively aids adults as well. Adults who had an imaginary friend were more creative and imaginative. 

Hazel Edwards' successful picture book series about a Hippo on the Roof, is all about the child having an alter ego who could do all the things she couldn't. It obviously has resonated with children and adults for over 30 years.

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Image: no doubt this little girl is hoping her imaginary friend likes broccoli

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SA, Vic, ACT, Tas all have a public holiday today - for various reasons.

11 March 2019

All the other states and territories have business as usual.

Enjoy your sleep in if you've got a holiday!

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International Women's Day today!

8 March 2019

Celebrate achievements and plan for more

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Start of the week. The real work begins...

4 March 2019

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1 March 2019

With hot temperatures over most of Australia, it doesn't feel that autumnal, but to get you into the mood of the season, dream you're in this Russian forest.

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Creativity - the Big C and the Small c.

23 February 2019

Great article here on Creativity.

Many people think of creativity as being brilliant or innovative in the arts or sciences, or even just pursuing these disciplines as hobbies - these are what academics call the Big C Creativity.

They argue that creativity, the small c type, is what helps us solve everyday problems, consider options and make decisions.

They also argue that in training, teachers can be taught to ask particular types of questions to encourage creativity across the curriculum - to help students think creatively.

Read the article here

Image: Julie Zommers Christmas Puppetry Interactive Performance &Workshop

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Queensland E newsletter out today

21 February 2019

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First SFS enews for 2019 out this week.

12 February 2019

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